I’ll be at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market tomorrow ’til 1.
I have lettuce, kale raab, plenty of curly kale & chard, a few bunches of red and gold beets, a little red kale and some carrots.
Garden plants in 4″ pots: a variety of heirloom tomato plants, edible flowers, lots of chamomile and a few lemon balm (for tea), parsley, a few oregano and sage.
Our 100% grass fed & grass finished, Animal Welfare Approved Angus beef – We’re doing 20% off these cuts: stew beef, cube steak, brisket, all roasts, ribeyes and strips.
We also have skirt steak, sirloin steak, osso bucco, short ribs, soup bones, liver, and the last of the andouille sausage, \hot dogs (skinny and quarter pounder), sliced corned beef, and sliced pastrami made from our 100% grass fed Angus beef, no added nitrates or nitrites.
Ground beef special – Buy 5, Get 1 free.
Bulk pricing on our beef: quarters, halves and wholes – $3.50 lb hang weight plus the cost of processing.
This is where I stuck 2 rows of early potatoes, spur of the moment style, back in March when we had enough of a break in rain to be able to till the ground. The plot I had planned for potatoes is red clay, and was not dry enough to till, but this little strip was so we fit about 40 lbs in here. I took this picture when I was cultivating, the left side is done and weeds turned under, and getting ready to cultivate the right side, and bury the little potato plants that are popping up.
These blades skim right below the surface of the dirt to cut off weeds and there are tines on the front that can be used to hill the potatoes. I use this tractor to cultivate the potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn, okra and beans.
Thinking of beans, does anyone want edamame? Some years it sells great and others I wish I hadn’t bothered. I think I’ll plant enough for us because we love it, but I was wondering about a market crop.
Ok, see you tomorrow!!